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Are they both OK? 'Do you want to see/watch talent shows'? Thanks
Oct 22, 2016 9:35 AM
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Your friend asks you: "What do you want to do tonight?" You ask: "Do you want to watch talent shows?" Friend: "Oh no! I would rather watch a film!" :-) You see your friend You watch the TV If the talent show is at the theatre (not TV) then you can say: "Do you want to watch the talent show?" or... "Do you want to see the talent show?" (do you want to go to the talent show?) Do I want to watch talent shows? Personally no. We have many talent shows on TV in the UK. Simon Cowell hosts many of them. The shows are very tacky and the talent is not very good. I would rather go to the cinema to see a film ;-) What about you Helen? Do you want to watch talent shows on TV, or go to the cinema to see a film?
October 22, 2016
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